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‘Birds Of Prey’ Movie: Black Canary, Huntress, More Join Harley Quinn
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Black Canary, Huntress, More Join Harley Quinn In Birds Of Prey Movie

Birds of Prey is an all-female group of heroes, vigilantes, and rogues from the DC universe. Now they will get to have their own titular movie starring Margot Robbie, who is reprising her Harley Quinn character.

While the film has yet to enter production, we are now learning who the other DC super-powered female characters appearing alongside Quinn will be. According to new report, she will be joined by Black Canary, Huntress, Cassandra Cain, and Renee Montoya. More on the story below.

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Walter Hamada’s Plans For DC Films Could Include A Major Rebranding For The Studio
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It’s not easy to understand what exactly is going on with Warner Brothers’ DC film properties. For one thing, they have two Joker films, an uncertain future with other DCEU titles, and a number of previous titles that have failed to live up to expectations. The only reasonably good DCEU film the studio has is Wonder Woman. And after a series of stumbles, the studio is looking to Walter Hamada to steer DC in the right direction.

Hamada, who was named president of DC Entertainment-based film production at Warner Bros. in January, will have to figure out its future. This includes sorting out the DCEU films and giving its much darker ones a new banner. More on the story below.

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Geoff Johns Exits DC Entertainment Position; Will Write ‘Green Lantern Corps’
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Geoff Johns To Write Green Lantern Corps

The long-gestating Green Lantern Corps hasn’t been in the news much since it was announced at Comic-Con a few years back. Since then, we’ve seen very little of the character in the DCEU. In fact, one lantern made an appearance in the opening sequence of Justice League. But Green Lantern Corps is just one of the many titles to be announced in recent years. Unfortunately, Justice League‘s poor box office performance, forced Warner Bros. to rethink their plans for the DCEU. This included revamping the creative forces behind it. And now it looks like there will be even more changes. But they will be positive ones.

Reports are saying Geoff Johns, who was the head of DC Entertainment, will be stepping down from his position. He will, however, be staying at WB and stick close to DC. That’s because Johns will be launching his own production company, Mad Ghost Productions, within the studio all the while writing the script for the Green Lantern Corps movie. More on the story below.

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Live-Action ‘Swamp Thing’ Series In The Works
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Despite some of the shaky later seasons for Arrow and The Flash, DC television is far superior to its Marvel competitors. New shows like Krypton and Black Lightning may not be connected to the Arrowverse, but they have proven to be huge hits with TV audiences. The comic book company has a number of properties to work with, and they have now announced their latest superhero to get a series treatment. It’s been revealed that a live-action Swamp Thing is in the works.

The series will be coming to DC’s digital streaming service, called DC Universe, and Aquaman director James Wan will be one of the creative figureheads behind the upcoming show. More on the story and an image of the logo below.

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Zack Snyder, Geoff Johns, and Allan Heinberg Wrote ‘Wonder Woman’
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Comic-Con Saturday is really shaping up to be just like any other Comic-Con Saturday, with the biggest, most geeked out studios having panels to present highly anticipated movies. Marvel will be there for Doctor Strange and Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2, maybe another surprise too, because the studio knows what’s up. Then there is Kong: Skull Island from Legendary. Finally, there’s Warner Bros., who will be there for their DCEU shared universe. After the fallout of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, we are eagerly awaiting to see how they’ll recover, and their upcoming slate seems to indicate that they can. Both Suicide Squad and Wonder Woman look very exciting, and let’s not forget that Justice League is in the middle of production, so we could get a sweet teaser from them.

But here is an interesting tid bit that was revealed in a press release. The film may have gotten some new writers that we never knew about. The Wonder Woman movie starring Gal Gadot has been written by Zack Snyder, Geoff Johns, and Allan Heinberg. More on the story below.

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SyFy’s Superman Prequel “Krypton” Pilot Set For Production
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Krypton is coming to television! The SyFy Channel announced today that production is a go for the prequel pilot about Superman’s home planet. Set two generations before the planet was destroyed sending a young Kal-El to Earth, this will be the story of his grandfather, who fought to save his family’s honor and Krypton, itself.

Check out the press release below.

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DC Makes Bold Move To Reshoot All Films With Funko Pop! Figures
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In all areas of the consumer world, money rules supreme. And no company knows that more than DC Entertainment. With live-action film after live-action film being panned by critics and fans alike, the Warner Bros. subsidiary has decided to create an entirely new way of bringing their iconic superheroes to life.

To be more precise, DC announced today that they have teamed up with Funko to create several amazing new lines of Pop! figures that will be used first and foremost to recreate their previous live-action movies as stop-motion animated films.

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Nicole Kidman In Talks For Mystery Role In ‘Wonder Woman’
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Nicole Kidman

Now before we get ahead of ourselves and jump for joy, Nicole Kidman is only in talks to star in Wonder Woman for an unspecified, but vital role, according to The Wrap. The site believes that the actress may play Hippolyta, queen of the Amazons, and the biological mother to Diana Prince aka Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot). But like most of these comic book cinematic universes, it’s not clear if director Patty Jenkins or anyone over at WB and DC would want to follow the comic book storylines to the letter. More on the story below.

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Rumor: ‘Wonder Woman’ To Precede Events Of ‘Batman v Superman’
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Gal Gadot will introduce Wonder Woman to the big screen in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. This will mark the first time that the DC heroine has graced cinemas. She will then move on to be featured in her own titular solo film. Rumors have been going around on where (or rather when) the film is set. Early on, there was word that Wonder Woman could take place during World War I, which would contradict earlier rumors that Wonder Woman I and II would be set during World War I and II, respectively, with the final film taking place during modern times.

Now, a new rumor has popped up that seems to clarify when the film is actually taking place. According to JoBlo, Wonder Woman will precede the events — in fact, it will take place months before the events — of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. According to the site, the first solo film will also feature flashbacks to World War I. More on the story below.

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Rumor: ‘Wonder Woman’ May Take Place During World War I
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The setting for Wonder Woman is an important one. In the comics, she was first introduced during World War II, where she ventured into the world of Man and helped the Americans in their fight against Nazi Germany. There was a previous rumor that the film could first take place in the 1920s, with a sequel set during the 1930s and World War II, and the final installment of the trilogy happening in modern times. Though that has yet to be confirmed, a new rumor debunks the first one by not only changing the setting, but putting a twist on the narrative as a whole. More on the story here below.

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